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FOX Business
Oct 11, 2012 4:00pm EDT
's really not, and that's kind of one of the points of the henry jackson initiative makes which is that businesses is out there doing good things. whether aol with a year up program to bring in students. whether it's time warner cable doing, connect a million minds. whether it he is the supplier connection of ibm. whether it is hewlett-packard going to the u.k. and saying, 10% of everything we buy in britain we will buy from small and medium enter prices. liz: helping in that regard. >> helping create jobs. liz: you're part of the 1% and you're a lifelong democrat. how do you respond when you hear that cry out there that it's the obama administration who hasn't been as business-friendly as they could be? >> i'm, i'm responsive to that criticism but, but that's not really what i'm focused on now. we need a government that needs business and we need business to go to government, not with narrow requirements but with, here's what we can do for our country really. we have to go back to that ethic and most companies are there. that's the thing. it's not occupy wall street versus big
CNN
Oct 11, 2012 12:00am PDT
, it is easier said than done, laura tyson, of the henry jackson initiative, laura is also a member of president obama's council on jobs. welcome to you both, ladies. you apparently have the answer to all of our economic and jobs woes in america. linn, tell me what this initiative is about. >> well, it is bipartisan, trans-atlantic, and private. so we are outside of the political realm, dealing with what we think is an important situation in america, where the american dream defined as work hard, play by the rules and anything is possible, is kind of in a little bit of ill repute, a bit. larry katz at harvard has a metaphor, for it, saying that america was like the beautiful apartment block years ago, everybody loved it. the beautiful apartment block. now in the apartment block you have the great, beautiful rich, the people up above. the middle floors that are cramped. the lower floors, water-soaked. and the elevator is broken. >> so laura, how do we get the elevator working again? >> well, we focused on areas where we think the business community can really get involved. so this is really a pri
CSPAN
Oct 7, 2012 10:00am EDT
here in d.c. in the studio. aaron bleak, a political reporter there, henry jackson, ap political reporter. i think you got the first question. gl ahead. g congressman the race for the house has tack and backseat for both the presidency and the senate. most analyst don't think democrats have a great chance of retaking the house. but i have heard more statements from you. can you tell us what percentage chance you think your party has of taking the 25 seats you need in order to reclaim the chamber? >> well, i can tell that you we have the ball on the republican 20-yard line. i never said that optimism wins an election. it doesn't. you got to be realistic to n election. we started off on the own 20-yard line. we have driven the billion and the red zone we need 25 seats now how do we get there. we have got about 73 districts in play right now. we have got 53 toad blue candidates. there are 66 districts in the country that have republican incumbent but voted for president obama or john kerry in 2004. so we have a good playing field. and as of today, we got about 32 democratic challen
CSPAN
Oct 7, 2012 6:00pm EDT
"the washington post," and henry jackson, a political reporter pierre >> the race for the house seems to of taken a back seat. most analysts don't think that the democrats have a great chance to retaking house. but i have heard some more optimistic statements from you. can you tell us what percentage chance you think your party has of taking the 25 seats you need in order to reclaim the chamber? >> i can tell you that we have the ball on the republican 20 yard line optimism does not win an election. we started off on our own 20 yard line two years ago. we have driven the ball to the republicans 20 yard line current we are in their red zone. we need 25 seats. we have about 73 districts in play right now. we have 53 red-to-blue candidates. their 56 districts in the country that have a republican incumbent who voted for, or john kerry in 2004. so we have a good playing field. as of today, we have 30 two democratic challengers who are either high or head in the polls. we have the ball on the republican 20-yard line. yet to kick a field goal. this will be a field goal. in a good football f
CNN
Oct 10, 2012 6:00pm PDT
again. with me now is lynn and laura of the henry jackson initiative to increase capitalism. welcome to you both. you have the answer to all of our economic and job woes in america. what is it about? >> it is by part san and private. we are outside of the realm, dealing with what we think is an important situation in america. it is kind of in ill reput a bit. he says america was like the apartment block 30 years ago. everybody loved it. the ep vy nvy of the world. now you have the great beautiful people up above. you have the middle floors that are crammed and the other floors that are water soaked and the elevator is broken. >> this is really a private sector focus. what can the business community do to increase the capitalism? we start from the model which is the best for growth and economic production overtime. and we have to look for ways to deal with the way to make it more inclusive. there is a lot going on within the bids community. for example, developing new systems. in the u.s. working more closely with the community college cans to design skills programs and apprenticeship
CNBC
Oct 12, 2012 9:00am EDT
a lot of what we used to call reagan democrats or henry jackson democrats or joe lieberman democrats who may be fine on medicare and social security, but are hawks on national security, i think they are furious. i think they'd see this as a coverup. i think they see the administration has been lying every step of the way and i think it's going to really damage the incumbent. i don't think the. knows yet how much this is damaging him and the more they try to distance themselves and come up with phony arguments like last night, the worse it's going to get. >> is benghazi going to be the main topic on tuesday's presidential debate? >> well i reckon so. it's certainly going to be in the game. i don't want to make any predictions. all i'll say is paul ryan stood toe to toe against the foreign policy guy last night and ryan did pretty well. >> just in time for foreign policy to be the topic of the next debate. thanks a lot, larry. for full discussion of the debate and former cia intelligence officer who developed a program to detect deceptive comments, tune in tonight to "the kudlow report" at
SFGTV
Oct 15, 2012 2:00pm PDT
for the summary. thank you and i know that we have our housing authority director mr. henry alvarez here with us as well. if there are no other presentations, let's open this up for public comment and we have a number of cards, espinola jackson, francisco decosta, leah otis martin from huntersview. [ reading speakers' names ]. >> i will let the tenants speak. so i will speak after them. >> people can come forward. thank you. >> hello there. my name is leo martin, i'm a tenant at huntersview. let me see, first of all, if you don't mind we would like to have the commission's meeting held in city hall for the people that can't make it. it could be televised and they would watch it some day later or whatever, because a lot of people can't get out and a lot of people need to know what is going on over here when they had the commission meetings. second of all, i don't think the kids that are on their parents lease should have as much power as these people give them because once they become 18 you can't just take them off your lease, but you are still liable for your kid if your kid does something
NBC
Oct 27, 2012 5:00pm PDT
became parents today. danielle gave birth to jackson edward born just over seven pounds. congratulations to them, as well. diane, a lot going on. much, much more on the baseball game coming up at 6:00. >> all right. thanks a lot, henry. >>> the east bay is typically oakland as territory, right? but tonight in pleasanton, it's all about giants shortstop brandon crawford. the 25-year-old grew up in pleasanton attending foothill high school cheering on the giants. today his childhood dream has come true. not only is he playing for the giants, he's playing in the world series for the giants. you better believe his family, friends, and neighbors in play san on the are rooting him on. coming up, we'll tell you a story and hear from one of his high school baseball coacheses, as well. >>> the presidential election comes on the heels of halloween every four years, of course. here's a statistic you probably haven't heard. political mask sales of spirit halloween stores nationwide predicted a winner last four election cycles. that's since the company started keeping tabs. bedid an unofficial pollin
CNN
Oct 10, 2012 2:00am PDT
of a woman being reunited with her dog after being apart four years. heather jackson's siberian husky disappeared from her backyard four years ago but recently jackson got a call from a shelter hundreds of miles away in mchenry county, illinois. workers say someone dropped the dog off at a shelter in georgia and the dog was sent to illinois to avoid being put down. they found jackson through an i.d. microchip implanted in shakira. over the weekend jackson made the 700-mile drive to illinois to bring her beloved shakira back home. >> the microchip identifies so many dogs. >> now why didn't they find the owner earlier? >> they won't check the chip unless she shows up in a shelter, which is what happened right there. >>> coming up, a boss who may have crossed the line telling his employees who to vote for or else. there are a lot of warning lights and sounds vying for your attention. so we invented a warning you can feel. introducing the all-new cadillac xts. available with a patented safety alert seat. when there's danger you might not see, you're warned by a pulse in the seat. it's tec
CSPAN
Oct 23, 2012 1:00pm EDT
to be over the objections of his adviser, henry kissinger. but along with france and britain, they retreated in the 56 war. certainly in congress you had people like scoop jackson, who strongly opposed the israeli democrats. then the 1970's happened. 1976, jimmy carter becomes president with the assistance of what later became known as the neo-conservatives in the coalition for democratic majority. these are people who were disaffected and left adrift of the democratic party. they were looking for something different. they will -- were not happy of realpolitik of kissinger, but they were not happy with mcgovern either. they were looking for something different. jimmy carter seemed to be the thing that was different. he had a very pro-human rights view that seemed to appeal to these nascent neo-conservatives. when they elected him, they were disappointed on a number of levels. one was a personal perspective. they were almost completely shut out. elliott abrams has this famous, and where he said -- we did not get anything, all we got was the ambassadorship to micronesia. not even macronesia. t
CSPAN
Oct 19, 2012 8:00pm EDT
it took a while is officially over the objections of the jewish adviser, henry kissinger. but eisenhower had insisted that israel cannot do the 564, journal for did not have relations with israel. and certainly in congress, scoop jackson who were strong producer of democrats. and then come in the 70s happens. 1976, carter becomes president. he becomes president with the assistance of it later became known as the neoconservatives, the coalition for the democratic majority. these are people who are disaffected with the leftward drift of the democratic party. and they were looking for something different. it was kissinger in the nixon or ford administration. the 1972 mcgovern are looking for something different. carter seemed to be the thing that was different. hit a pro-human rights democracy can idealistic strain that appeals to these nascent neoconservatives. when they did so, they were disappointed and on a number of levels. one level they were disappointed for my personal perspective. neoconservatives expected to get the carter administration and they were almost completely shut out. i
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